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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ignition failure code on
Sounding like a flame proving device is failing to sense flame. Try to clean the device with some steel wool. It is located right next to the last burner looks like a thick wire. Take the steel wool and gently rub the carbon that has built up off. Should only take 4 or 5 strokes. Let me know it that did it. Ken
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
SOURCE: new furnace flame rollout
Have you checked the venting either on the side of the house or on the roof ? did you or the company who installed it go by the specs on how many elbows and length of the venting run ? It also sounds like you have some blockage somewhere, if your in a climate that has alot of snow or some type of freezing rain, your intake or exhaust could be plugged by ice or snow, if so, a quick solution for this is if you have a shop vac , take the tube and hook it up to the exhaust side of the vac, then place the vac tube into the 2" vent wrap a rag around that to make a better air seal, then turn the unit on, if ice is the problem it will blow it right out ! if this does not fix the problem, I would consult the company who installed it and have them come take a look, should be no charge if the system is new, hope this advise helped, please rate this and let us know how we did, thanks for your qquestion,
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
Thanks for your question,
The flame sensor eye is located just under the transformer, it is looking straight down the burner assembly to where the burner chamber is at, you will have to remove the entire assembly to get to it, first make sure the power is off, remove the transformer, then remove the entire burner assembly from the furnace cabinet, once removed you can see the flame sensor window, use a clean oil free cloth to clean it, it would probably be a good idea while you have it out to replace the burner nozzle, as over time they will clog, I hope this helps you fix your oil burner, let us know and rate this please, thanks again,
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
what did they replace. Sounds like a limit switch or a sensor is out. www.fastacservice.com
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
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Why would you even think of replacing a 2 yr furnace ? 2ppm of CO IS NOT CRITICAL BUT AT A WARNING STAGE. Where did you take this reading, art the chimney outside, at the hot air discharge, or just next to the heater ? Most 2 yr old heates do not have burner jet air mix adjustments as did older heaters so maybe you cannot adjust anything. But there could be a chimney restriction, or an air intake restriction. You need to give more detail.. Ist of all, what made you take a reading and again how did you know how and where to sample the reading ?When you give more of the story, then maybe we can give you more of an answer. We' be waiting.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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